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  • National EMS Week BBQ On Thursday 5/21/2015, EMS Deputy Chief Fardanesh and the Aetna EMS Division celebrated National EMS Week with a BBQ for our members at Station 8.  Thank you to our dedicated EMS providers for the hard work that you put in each and every day.  You truly embody our motto of "Service for Others".  See the below photos from the event by Aetna Photographer Dave Wilson.     
    Posted May 26, 2015, 10:21 AM by Jeffrey Sands, Captain 7
  • National EMS Week BBQ
    Posted May 14, 2015, 6:27 AM by Jeffrey Sands, Captain 7
  • Traffic Safety News Traffic Safety NewsFrom the Delaware Office of Highway SafetyClick It or Ticket Would you ever ride a roller coaster without the harness? Would you let your friends or family? Of course not! Did you know that when you ride in a motor vehicle without a seat belt you are taking a similar risk? One you can’t afford. Once again, Delaware is joining law enforcement agencies nationwide to enforce seat belt laws during the annual Click It or Ticket campaign. What you need to knowMemorial Day weekend marks the beginning of the summer travel season, which makes it the perfect time to remind everyone why seat belt use is required by law. It saves lives!Consider ...
    Posted May 14, 2015, 6:26 AM by Jeffrey Sands, Captain 7
  • Fatal MVC At 0220 hours on 4/16/2015, Aetna, along with Cecil County Rescue 13, NCCEMS Medic Medic 6, ALS 23, and Trooper 4 were dispatched to Interstate 95 Northbound just prior to Exit 1 for an MVC reported with entrapment and the vehicle on fire.  Crews arrived to find a car vs. a tractor trailer with the car on fire.  The driver of the tractor trailer was transported as a "Trauma Alert" to CER and the driver of the car was pronounced on scene.  Units operated for approx. 3 hours and HAZMAT 30 was requested due to a large diesel spill.  The Delaware State Police are investigating the collision and Chief 9-8 had command.Units Responded: Chief 9-8 ...
    Posted Apr 17, 2015, 11:36 AM by Jeffrey Sands, Captain 7
  • 2nd Alarm Fire At 1009 hours on 4/10/2015, Aetna, along with Ladder and Engine 2&21, Engine 14, Engine 12, RIT 30, and NCCEMS Medic 3, were dispatched to 630 Capitol Trail (the Possum Park Apartments) for a building fire with entrapment.  Asst. Chief 7-8B (Fox) arrived on scene a minute later and advised a 3 story brick apartment building with fire showing.  A second alarm assignment was transmitted bringing additional resources to the scene.  Crews from a number of area fire companies battled the fire and a total of 3 patients (1 civilian and 2 firefighters) were transported to CER, there was also one fatality.  The Delaware State Fire Marshal's Office is investigating the fire and Asst. Chief ...
    Posted Apr 17, 2015, 4:11 PM by Jeffrey Sands, Captain 7
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2015 Statistics

Jan 178  724
Total735  2,789

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Total 5

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